Misis na binibigyan si mister ng instant noodles tatlong beses kada araw, dineboryso

Misis na binibigyan si mister ng instant noodles tatlong beses kada araw, dineboryso

- A wife was divorced by her husband in India after she consistently fed him instant noodles

- The frequency of the said meal was thrice a day, done daily

- The case of the "instant noodles" became known in the Asian country as the "Maggi case"

- According to the husband who filed for divorce, it was noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner

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A wife in India was divorced by her husband for allegedly feeding him instant noodles thrice a day, which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Misis na binibigyan si mister ng instant noodles tatlong beses kada araw, dineboryso
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The New Indian Express stated that the Principal district judge ML Raghunath, stated that the quarrels between the husband and wife led the former to file for divorce.

In GMA Network's report, Raghunath narrated what happened to the controversial "Maggi case."

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As per Abante, even though he would give money to buy some grocery, his wife would just buy instant noodles.

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He said that the husband complained that his wife doesn't know anything else to serve him except for noodles.

“It was noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner. He complained that his wife went to the provision store and brought only instant noodles," Raghunath stated.

He also added that there are many couples who end up divorcing each other a short time after marriage, with some even being married for only a day.

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